May 14, 2007

In My Email Today

You will not see this heart-stopping photo on the front page of the NY Times or on the lead story of the major news networks.
The protestors put up the Mexican flag over the American flag flying upside down at Montebello High School in California.

I predict this stunt will be the nail in the coffin of any guest-worker/amnesty plan on the table in Washington. The image of the American flag subservient to another and turned upside down on American soil is already spreading on Internet forums and via e-mail. Pass this along to every American citizen in your address books and to every representative in the state and federal government. If you choose to remain uninvolved, do not be amazed when you no longer have a nation to call your own nor anything you have worked for left since it will be "redistributed" to the activists while you are so peacefully staying out of the "fray". Check history, it is full of nations/empires that disappeared when its citizens no longer held their core beliefs and values. One person CAN make a difference. One plus one plus one plus one plus one plus one......... The battle for our secure borders and immigration laws that actually mean something, however, hasn't even begun.

Rick Kenniker
5033 Falcon Drive
Dubuque, IA
52001-8856
Phone 563-588-0112
Toll free 866-646-1680
Fax 563-588-8629

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2 comments:

Mark said...

This infuriates me! How dare they do this to the country they "supposedly" want to be a member of. But upon further inspection, I guess they really want to be a member of it -- rather, they want the country to conform to their ideas, to their ways and make it their own country.

I agree with you, I truly hope this is the nail in the coffin for those who seek amnesty in this country for something they don't deserve.

Carol said...

Hi Mark,
Sorry, I just now read your comment. Yep it infuriates me too. I experienced alot of this "entitled" attitude while I was living in Arizona. Some of the people who are there illigeally or otherwise, are among the rudest I have ever met.